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fall. >> could she be involved in this killing? do you think dara had anything to do with john's murder? >> no. a baffling case with a stunning twist. did someone commit the perfect cri crime? >> i'm never going to let go of this. >> "trouble in paradise." >>> thanks for joining us, i'm chris hansen. he was an american entrepreneur with a love more adventure who became the target of a strange murder plot half a world away. it's a case that investigators believe they've solved. so why are the suspects still walking free? we traveled the globe for answers. it takes 20 hours or more high above the clouds. a flight from one world to another. to a land of intrigue and mystery. where sometimes there are more questions than answers. and where an american family says someone's gotten away with the perfect crime. >> when i was first told by the fbi agent, i remember i was so upset. i was actually sick. >> a beautiful woman and her dashing fiance, both in the prime of life. then in a house on a quiet road in thailand, it all ended in a hail of bullets. tonight, a story of tangled romance, jealous
is broken and you try to fix it ♪ ♪ trying to repair it, any way you can ♪ >> his name is john. he is up in there, somewhere, doing his part to build a new wing on a hospital here in baltimore. you'll meet him in a moment but not quite yet, because this is what john does. he disappears. he hides. you'll see he has good reason for these things, something that comes from the city, like him. ♪ when you walk through the town, you got to watch your back ♪ >> there are some places in baltimore you don't want to go, tenements where events occurred, alleys where commerce is illegal, dimly-lit corners where a person's life story can go one way or it can go another. ♪ give the devil, way down in the hole ♪ >> but the secrets, they go along for the whole ride, unless -- there he is. this is john. tonight he'll tell his secrets -- some of them, and as we watch, he'll risk maybe everything, for love. >> i'm angry. rrr! >> and if it doesn't work -- will he ever have the life he wants? he is 30 now, a plumber, engaged to be married. we can see from the start that he is painfully shy. you're sit
was john, john diamond. >> john loves women. john was a lady's man. john always had girlfriends. >> so debby, john kid's sister, could certainly see her brother responding to a solicitation like michelle's. >> my brother has a great personality. he's an attractive guy and, you know, his personality makes him that much more attractive. >> then a few days after meeting online, they met in person at a local restaurant. >> he was charming, he was funny. movies and music and things we talked about. >> he was an army sergeant, trained at ft. bragg, trained as a sniper, highly decorated. >> he was a great soldier but he was a playboy, himself. he had been married once before and had a child from his first marriage and he left the first wife and married and they had a son together. >> michelle didn't know that john was still married. but maybe it didn't matter. at least not then. she loved the sex. the attention. the excitement. >> he was very sensitive, he was very affectionate, he was very adoring. yes, felt great. >> i think it was just the sex. that's what he was obsessed with. he was smit
, and he says, "wagner has one, and john denver has two." >> i've heard annie's song with the strolling violins in st. mark's square in venice. i heard it in an elevator in japan. i've heard it-- i'm just struck when i hear it, and it's not--i have to tell you, i don't connect with it as me anymore. i mean, i did at one time, but it's become so much bigger than that. but the most beautiful time i ever heard it was last summer when my daughter was married, and she married somebody that john actually had the opportunity to get to know before he died. >> i wrote annie's song riding up in a ski lift one day when suddenly i was hypersensitive to how beautiful everything was. the sky was a blue you only see from mountaintops. then i became aware of the other people skiing, the colors of their clothes, the birds singing, the sound of the lift, the sibilant sound of the skiers going down the mountain. all of these things filled up my senses, and when i said this to myself, unbidden images came one after the other: the night in the forest, a walk in the rain, the mountains in springtime. all of
. >> john: it is a interesting time to watch. teave harigan in tripoli. president obama authorized the u.s. will military to launch operations against qaddafi forces when he was in brazil. mooly is live in washington. the u.s. will provide military action in libya what does that mean? >> a limited mission to disable the air system. the president is rezitant to get involved but the u.s. will act to support military action by a broad coalition of countries, here's more. as part of the effort we'll contribute in the front end to protect libyan civilians and enable the enforcement of a no fly zone led by our international partners. as i said yesterday. we will not deploy u.s. troops on the ground. >> the president said the u.s. cant stand idly by as qaddafi attacks his own people. >> john: what about international support. how much is there? >> french president sarkozy hosted an emergency summit on libya with 22 north american and arab leaderships including secretary of state clinon. she and others said qaddafi left the international community no choice but to intervene toward to save the li
fit in. verne: a nice gesture here. kevin clark is coming on the floor now, number 42 for st. john's. the final. 1:01. malik stith picks it up. hardy. another rebound for steven gray. the rebounding edge right now. gonzaga 42, st. john's 20. bill: tough to overcome. verne: gonzaga has also hit 54% for the game. it is down from 65 where it was last break. 10 seconds on the shot clock. bill: just spread it here. gamble a little bit. there is the jumper to beat the clock and the follow from clark. there is the punctuation point. solid job. verne: zags on top of their game. mark few and the zags win their 10th in a row. there is a shot off the glass from hardy. this one is in the book. the season ends for the johnny's of st. john's. gonzaga advances to take on brigham young. they win it 86-71. the tournament continues live on trutv. coverage at cbs tomorrow. for bill raferty and lesley visser. so long. we'll send it to our studio after these messages. ab. ♪ in a living room. ♪ we have lift-off. on a stage. [ jimi hendrix "foxy lady" intro ] in a garage. [ guys cheering ] and now...
are going to celebrate john osaki. >> thank you so this is the second part. i hope you're ready. we have a performance lined up today from the students from back va ck. they are going to go 3 songs for you. we have performance, nunu, t-mack, sticky and smt. give them a round of applause. >> okay. >> hey. check him out. >> i tray to break away. >> people always see what that want to see, i see you. but they don't know how hard it is to be me. >> to be me. i only got so much to give. caught in this lonely live i live. but it ain't going to get me down. cause it's my business don't make it true of you don't want to bring me round. >> from this space that i portray. >> i can only take it one step day-by-day. people only see what they want to see. >> yeah. i see you. >> they don't know how hard it is to be me. >> i keep on putting the clothes from my kicks. i keep on, i really don't care. that's not going to make me mean. i have some dreams, i need to achieve. >> i don't believe. >> i will be down on my knees. >> i only take it day-by-day. >> people always see what they want to see. but they
thing to do as long as everyone else is doing it, too. who is leading the campaign against libya? john hudson senior is here and only here. what does it take to fly? it takes knowing we have our work cut out for us. but if you run before the wind you can't take off. you've got to turn into it. the thing you push against lifts you up. so, every challenge is a chance to show that even in this crazy world of no liquids and route cancellations someone still has the passenger's back. and along the way we'll prove we're not just building a bigger airline we're building a better one. ♪ >> neil: welcome back everybody. one thing you hear about libya being under nato command. that is essentiallyy a consorsion of nations that are running the show . on this particular show principle players have the weekend off. imagine if your company was led by a committee. john from utah. from a business standpoint, it would be messy. someone for good or ill has to call the shots, right. >> you hit the nail on the head, it would be extremely messy. businesses, wars and nations and families, have to be run by
paulson. my cohost today is john seigenthaler, a highly respected journalist who also served as special assistant to attorney general robert f. kennedy during the civil rights movement. after retiring from newspapers, john went on to found the first amendment center. john and i are delighted to welcome a pulitzer prize-winning author and journalist whose recent book, called the children, focuses on the work of courageous young people in the civil rights movement, and whose earlier book, the best and the brightest, was the definitive study of american policy in vietnam. david halberstam. [applause] i have to ask the first and most basic question. you graduate from harvard in 1956. five. '55. with great distinction. no, i was a terrible student. [laughter] i was in the bottom third of my class. that was the heart of my question. how badly did you do at harvard? [laughs] i think i had-- i mean, i think it's true of a lot of people in journalism. i had in those days what we didn't know was attention deficit disorder. i did not focus well on schoolwork, but i was good at something called jou
in a string of violent attacks in guilford... ps sentenccd to 20 years in pri. prison. john couplin pleaded guilty to separate attacks back in january of llst year. prosecutors say he forced a college student into the trunk of his car... and used his bank card to withhraw money along york road. then six days later .... he robbed three women at gunpoint. &pwe now know what caused a fir that killed 6 members of one family in east baltimore.it was an electrical problem. the fire broke out on homewood avenue back in december. an elderly couple, their daughter and her 3 children were ll killed. 3new details on a story you saw, first on fox. fox.federal funding has been frozzn for howard county's domestic violence center. center.earlier this month we reproted an audit recently cited executive director annie buuton byrd for mis- using funds.burton byrd headed baltimore's martin luuher king pafter school program, which employed workers from the ameri corps program.but officials say she put 5 ameri corps members to work for her private real state business, costing tax payers more than 30 thousan
about when john worked with dpw, he was the in house, for city hall, and he became the mayor's personal plumber by fixing the shower in his personal office. so he could jog -- the mayor, that is -- at launch. john worked his magic and fixed it for the good mayor -- i hope the good mayor still jogs. do you happen to know? anyway, that is how he got his start, and from there, he moved up to the port and work on an old tugboat -- i did not know we had a tugboat, so that was news to me -- until it was the commission. -- until it was decommissione d. he worked at the port's for maintenance yard, which is now with a giant ball park sits. john worked on the old divers and cut the steam systems operating so that the files could be driven down. remember how long -- how young he looks for some of this. it is pretty amazing. he was here when the embarcadero had a half-dozen railroad tracks and the sea wall lot still had cars on them. in the earthquake came and brought down the freeway, and john help the port get back on its feet. i love this part. john lived through the three transportation projec
, new york. >> i'm candy crowley in "the situation room." john king usa starts right now. >> thanks, candy. good evening, everyone. tonight major breaking news in two important global dramas. japan uses helicopters and water cannons in a desperate effort to cool fuel. and tonight there's word a new power line has been brought to the fukushima daiichi complex, but as friday dawns in asia, no sign of a major breakthrough and growing worries of two of the six reactors still in distress. >>> and first a major but belated commitment to stop the brutal march of gadhafi in libya. they voted to authorize not only a no-fly zone over libya, but also all necessary measures including military force to stop the government and mercenaries from slaughtering civilians. i'm told the pentagon and nato partners have contingencies that include air strikes to punish military units, leaving gadhafi's push on his strongholds in the east. now that the u.n. authorized sfors, the strikes could be carried out within hours if the president and his partners around the world issue the orders. cnn's richard roth
. the baltimore solicitor says the mayor did not violate ethics laws by voting on contraats involving johns hopkins university.baltimore's ethics code says public officials should not vote on conttacts if relatives have a financial interest.stephanie rawliigs blake's husband works for a group within the johns hopkins health system since december.sse voted on 22 contracts involving the university... not johns &phopkins health system. anne arundel county executive john leopolddis &pserved with a subpoena... for a probe into whether he mis- used his state-funded security detail.leopold admits to having his sscurity run a few re-election campaign.he says it was while he was recovering from back-surgery.prosecutors are talking to the officers.. but not before átheirá attorney could negotiate an immunity deal.. (singleton) "because you never know what is going to happen. in a probe like this, if you're a prosecutorr you start in particulaa direction.. and an investigation could go in any multippe direction that you can believe." this is the second clash between leopold and police in a month -
behind it. the latest example, a tea party leader calling for john boehner's defeat because he won't support the tea party's also after newt resigned after leading his party to a disaster after being reprimanded himself after being nominated on the family values republican party ticket? we'll find out. newt gingrich all but made it official today. on the subject of sex scandals, more evidence is surfacing that it could lead to an indictment for john edwards, misusing campaign funds or, in fact, using funds as -- that should have been a campaign contribution. finally, let me finish with the un-american effort on the right to convince people that president obama is somehow un-american. first of all i want to get the facts. here's radio talk show host ben fischer. let's listen. >> you seem to think there's some validity to the fact that there may be some fundamental anti-americanism in this president. >> that's exactly the point that i make in the book. i don't know why these reporters -- maybe they can't read, i guess that's part of it because it's clearly spelled out and i'm quoting
for joining us tonight for nissan sports xtra. on tap john wall gives the wizards something to cheer about and the hoyas and terps get set for a backyard brawl, about the first a look at george mason versus ohio state. it's not that mason played badly because they definitely didn't. ohio state is just that good. they were given the no. 1 seed for a reason and this game it seemed everything the buckeyes threw up went into the basket. it didn't help luke hancock was sick with food poisoning. there's jim larranaga nervously pacing in the early goings, but his mason patriots got off to a quick start, cam long's three from up top off the back of the rim and in. he had a team high 16, patriots up 11-2, but the buckeyes would turn the tables. aaron kraft zips the pass to gerald sullenger for the layup and fall. final seconds of the 1st half aaron kraft finds john deibler who hits the three-pointer. ohio state led at the half. 2nd half more daggers from downtown david lighty hit his seventh three-pointer. e made all seven, by the way -- he made all seven, by the
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siege. senator sherrod brown and john nichols having covering the fights for "the union" magazine. john, this is basically a fight in the industrial midwest, newly elected republican governors believe they have a mandate and if they don't do it now, they'll never be able to do it. it's been politically painful so far it looks like. today is the center is ohio. messaging-wise, as you heard in our intro, republicans believe they can sell the message, this is about union workers having to pay a little bit more for their benefits. democrats believe they can win this fight if they can turn it into a fight about rights. who's winning the fight? >> well, right now, it looks like the unions and frankly the democrats are prevailing in most of these states. it's a fascinating situation, though, first off, the governors are bleeding in their poll numbers, going down in each of these states, in wisconsin, michigan, in ohio, dramatic drops. at the same time, you're seeing a real movement especially among white working-class families with some union ties over to the democrats. these are really the fo
." "john king usa" starts right now. >>> thanks, wolf, and good evening, everyone. libya's civil war is more bloody by the day. as colonel moammar gadhafi uses his military air power to attack opposition forces, pressure is mounting on the obama white house and its allies to do more. the nato alliance tonight says it has completed an assessment of what it would take to impose a no-fly zone and prevent gadhafi from using his air force. but nato ministers won't meet on the issue until thursday. so with no military moves imminent, mr. obama used a meeting with australia's prime minister today to warn gadhafi loyalists, think twice. >> it is their choice to make how they operate moving forward. and they will be held accountable for whatever violence continues to take place there. >> let's take a closer look now at how the civil war is playing out in some of the day's more dramatic images. libya, large in its land mass. but remember, as we've been telling you, the battle is really up here. these strategic coastal oil and gas producing. benghazi in the east controlled by opposition forces
situation room." >>> "john king, usa" starts right now. >> thanks, wolf, and good evening, everyone. the balance of power in libya's civil war took a dramatic shift today. opposition forces marching west hit a sudden wall and were forced to retreat under heavy fire from regime loyalists. the scenes suggest talk by top obama administration officials of gadhafi being pressured to yield power is just that, talk or wishful thinking, at least at the moment. still, the united states and key allies are making clear tonight, their end game in libya must include an end to have gadhafi's rule. >> all of us have to continue the pressure on and deepen the isolation of the gadhafi regime. this includes a unified front of political and diplomatic pressure that makes clear to gadhafi he must go. >> the libya conflict was also a major focus on capitol hill today. nato's top military officer told congress, most of the leaders of the opposition are trustworthy, but maybe not all. >> we have seen flickers in the intelligence of potential al qaeda, hezbollah, we've seen different things. but at this po
tournament, we have to lean to steve from marine coaching st. johns. john stockton, his son. one of the players on gonzaga. they helped keep st. mary's home. carter had 26 points. gonzaga, 86-71. they will play byu on saturday. again, no bay area representation. ucla, west coast team, of course, out of the pac 10. reed nelson. ucla up 30-15. keith, back comes michigan state. give his team credit. they could have just quit but boom, boom, boom. they are trying to get a three- pointer off. no. that's it. 78-76. ucla plays florida saturday. san diego state a winner. three western teams moving on. the sharks getting ready for post season. welcoming in the minnesota wild tonight. logan, his shot, deflects off the stick of john madden. no relation there? >> john madden used to play for the devils. i like him. >> our john madden lives in pleasanton. >> no relation. >> shot off the leg of backstrom. there it is. sharks win 3-2. marleau is on fire. 28 goal. are there -- we ought to do -- hockey playerser you don't know. you know what i mean? >> it's actually quite a few. had how many brot
foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation. and union bank. >> union bank has put its global expertise to work for a wide range of companies. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news." >> warnings against tap water in tokyo says radiation levels make it unfit for children to drink. gaddafi says that he will be victorious in his first public appearance. syrian human rights activists say that at least 54 killed after police opened fire on the attackers -- said that at least five were killed after police opened fire on the attackers. in britain, taxing the country's deficit is at the top of the agenda. the government is set to announce its annual budget. >> clear guidance to residents of tokyo as a radiation exceeding health limits have been found in the water. legislators are still trying to cool the reactor is that the fukushima nuclear plant in the north of the country. for the restrictions have been released around the food coming from the area. >> the water supply around tokyo is now contamin
, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation. and union bank. >> union bank has put its global expertise to work for a wide range of companies. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news." >> clashes in cities across libya 18 anti-government protesters and forces loyal to muammar gaddafi. nato secretary general tells the bbc they are watching events in libya closely but has no plans to intervene. security forces fired tear gas on hundreds of demonstrators after friday prayers. welcome to "bbc world news/" coming up later, in beijing they communist party conference gets under way amid fears of unrest could spread to china. they show must go on. the french fashion house unveils the final collection. >> forces loyal to muammar gaddafi have been involved in clashes in a number of cities across the country. heavy artillery has been coming from the coastal city. our world affairs editor reports from outside the city. >> so far it has been an unequal contest. the enthusiasm and determination versus training and sophisticated w
the naysayer. we are so happy to have you here. i get to call you john, because this was before he became speaker. i first met john in 2008. bill said to me, my college friend is in town running for a board office in l.a.. we found ourselves having breakfast one morning. i thought, we are going to spend the entire breakfast talking about his candidacy, who was going to win. this is too much for a saturday morning. but sure enough, at one point, he stopped talking about the campaign and just started playing with our daughter isabella, who was two at the time. at the pinnacle of their relationship, she spilled and ice cold glass of water all over his pants. i am thinking in my head, he hates us. should i buy him a new pair of pants? what should i do? john just looked at me and said, it is no big deal. don't worry about it. whether he was uncomfortable or not, you would not have known it. he accepts the situation, moves on, and that is the kind of person he is. sari, we have some baby issues. i promise i will keep isabella away from you with any beverages tonight. now i will refer to you as
? >> reporter: well, brian, the way the prosecutor john mccarthy laid it out today, whoever killed jayna murray was in a rage. he said there were so many blows to her head they were too numerous to mention. her throat was slashed and her pants cut to make it appear she was sexually assaulted. and mccarthy told the judge that brittany norwood told so many lies that they could not be connected back to the physical evidence that was left behind investigators spoke with brittany norwood five separate times. in one conversation they wanted to know in norwood was inside murray's car. when she said no detectives knew they were on to something. >> there was evidence of both brittany and jayna having been in that car previously when she denied having ever been in the car before. >> reporter: john mccarthy said murray's blood, norwood's blood and a hat belonging to norwood were found inside. here is what we know about what happened that night. jayna murray and brittany norwood closed the store at 9:00 p.m. after setting the alarm, the two left at 9:45. a few minutes later jayna called her boss to say she
and sort of stop the fighting there. john? >> and you were taken out today by the government to be shown a facility where there was clearly some damage inflicted by coalition strikes. so the gadhafi regime wants you to see the damage. why are they taking you out there? but again no signs of saying, hey, we're suffering a blow and we're going to back down? >> yeah. it's kind of strange. i mean, whenever they take you somewhere, you always ask why are we going here? when we got inside the building, this warehouse, we could see four mobile what appear to be surface-to-air mobile rocket launchers that had been destroyed. one of the craters was just a couple of feet behind these four rocket launchers that were underneath a tin roof. so they must be asking themselves how did the coalition know to strike right there, precisely, right behind the rocket launchers? just a hundred yards away, several naval vessels. the gadhafi government has to know that the coalition could just as easily take out his navy sitting there as sitting ducks as they could take out sneethes weapons systems inside the war
cliché was at the time fresh, honest, new bread from the oven in the morning. john sheahan: before the clancy brothers came along, these tunes that we were half ashamed to sing that we had learned in school, maybe because it was beaten into us a lot of the time. but they brought this whole new energy to it and made us proud of these songs that we had half forgotten, you know. and i think they did play a huge part in that way. ed sullivan: and now, continuing the irish theme, ireland's clancy brothers and tommy makem sing "wild colonial boys." liam: the backstage manager said, "be good, guys. you know there's 80 million people listening to you." what fascinated me was the universality of song, of the sense of injustice, the sense of rebellion, of anger. those emotions are universal. i don't care what color you are. pete seeger: the so-called irish songs in america, were in many ways only a shadow of what was going on in ireland. the rediscovery of their own songs, you know, and many americans of irish decent now can speak gaelic. moya: the clancys for irish people, particularly peop
to john collins. >> outside we have had some disturbances in the weather. combha i wanted to talk -- what i wanted to talk about was the earthquake. this particular computer model shows where the energy emanated from that earthquake through the water out into the pacific ocean which obviously powered the tidal wave that moved across the pacific during the day yesterday. you can see those darker shades of red. most of that was funneled to the south and headed toward portions of south america. one branch went to oregon. you can see the strength that went behind this particular extremely strong earthquake. we'll have more on that coming up in a minute. plus more on our forecast for the weekend, which was much drier. >> thank you, john. you are right. the earthquake is our big story this morning. that devastating earthquake and tsunami that destroyed everything in its path. the massive .9 -- the massive 8.9 earthquake is the biggest earthquake to hit japan. >> and cities along the west coastline are breathing a sigh of relief they were largely spared the tsunami's wrath. with you -- but they
. covering the week, james kitfield of national journal, john harwood of cnbc and "the new york times," and joan biskupic of "usa today." >> award-winning reporting and analysis, covering history as it happens. live from our nation's capital, this is "washington week" with gwen ifill, produced in association with national journal. corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- >> corporate funding is also provided by boeing, norfolk southern, additional funding is provided by the annenberg foundation, the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions to pbs stations from viewers like you. thank you. once again, live from washington, moderator gwen ifill. gwen: good evening. another week has passed and the crisis in libya has begun to harden into civil war. u.s. officials have stepped up their criticism of the qaddafi regime with u.n. ambassador susan rice calling him delusional. and now a president obama obama himself is finally condemning qaddafi by name. but secretary of defense robert gates to explain why one suggested u.s. response imposing a no-fly zone in l
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for the possible, is where the journey begins. [ ♪ ] >> john assaraf: the transformation for me came when i started to love myself. >> byron katie: everyone is a hero. you know, look at the thoughts we've survived, look at the situations in our lives that we've survived. >> sir richard branson: unless you're doing something in life that is, um, that, you know, that you feel passionate about, that you feel passionate about the people, most likely you shouldn't be doing it. >> jack canfield: and the higher purpose is to gain mastery in life, and we gain mastery when we learn wisdom and when we can become more loving. >> t. harv eker: the number one rule is clarity. the reason most people don't get what they want is 'cause they don't know what they want. >> stephen covey: the true joy in life, being used for a purpose known to yourself is a mighty one. [music playing] >> archbishop desmond tutu: i know ultimately that i can't exist without you... as you can't exist without me. >> dalai lama: self confidence, you open, sincere and truthful. so that really i think brings some kind of deep satisfaction t
my life right now. that's why i say, "no one can hurt me." that's my job. >> john assaraf: when i was younger, i didn't think i was good enough, i didn't think i was smart enough and i never looked at myself as a genius. i never looked at myself as somebody who is smart and somebody who has got the abilities to love himself. >> byron katie: i was so depressed that for the last couple of years, of more than a decade, i wasn't able to leave my home or very rarely. >> jack canfield: i grew up in an extremely abusive family. both verbally, physically. my first father used to beat me. i had low esteem, i had a lot of resentment toward my parents and toward the society i was being raised in west virginia and it took me years to really understand the importance of forgiveness and letting go. >> for awhile we love our anger. >> it makes us feel alive. >> then anger turns on us. >> it settles into our souls and pulls a curtain over our eyes and says -- >> now see everything through me. >> anger takes joy as its prisoner. >> it keeps us low and cautious and afraid and quiet. >> the only thi
polka, not polka, poker. and lynched to john gibbons play an accordion on his wooden leg. you had the sense of people having come over if not in mass by a great number to this other place with a kind of echo of that place being transposed into the world that became my world. so that of my mother's side of the family. my father's side was more mysterious. over time i heard stories of lost aunts and saint john >> new found land which is not where they are from and a deeper echo further back. i had my grandfather's passport from 1918, you could smell the must on it. all of the mysterious presences were there. my father's side was a mystery which we will get to eventually. and the third component is similar to what margaret was talking about. i irish american. i didn't know what a pure american was. none of my friends were pure americans. a lot of my friends were lebanese and from syria. i had yewish and irish american friends. all of our identities were mixed. my sense of being american was being in a mix of things. >> margaret could you also reflect in a prior conversation you talk
catastrophe in japan. i'm wolf blitzer. john vos is joining us over in the cnn center in atlanta. a lot of news to cover. let me give our viewers the highlights of what's going on right now. it's now just after 7:00 a.m. saturday in japan. survivors of the strongest earthquake recorded in that country's history are seeing the enormous destruction in the harsh light of day, and they are still being shaken to the core. two powerful new tremors measuring higher than a magnitude of 6 struck within the last hour alone, after the 8.9 monster quake hit japan friday afternoon unleashing a huge tsunami. japanese media reporting that the death toll could be higher than 1,000. hundreds of people may be missing. some may be trapped alive or buried in homes that were simply washed away. the tsunami sent water rushing sever six miles inland. one area of deep concern right now. japanese authorities are trying to cool down the temperature inside a nuclear power plant rattled by the quake. president obama says the united states is helping to monitor the plant for possible radiation leaks. he also sent h
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